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Expert Stock Market Investment Advice

Lombardi Publishing was originally established in 1986 as an investment newsletter publisher offering stock market advice to its readers. Today, we publish 25 paid-for investment letters most of which provide stock market advice. Profit Confidential is our daily free e-letter that goes to all our Lombardi Financial customers and to any investor who wishes to opt-in in to receive it. Written by Lombardi Financial editors who have been offering stock market advice for year to Lombardi customers, Profit Confidential provides a macro-picture on where the stock market is headed, what sectors are hot, what sectors to avoid. Our two most recent and popular calls were telling investors to bail from stocks in 2007 and telling investors to jump back into the stock market in March of 2009. Timely stock market advice that worked well for the Profit Confidential family of readers.

How Facebook Makes Money: New Platform an Advertiser’s Dream

By Thursday, January 29, 2015

How Facebook Makes Money
Facebook’s Rocky Start (Before Its Revenue Platform Made Headway)
Starting with just 20 or so initial profiles scattered around Harvard in 2004, Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ/FB)… Read More has since morphed into the world’s most important marketing platform, now with 1.3 billion active users.
Every day, disciples of Facebook log into their

Stocks: What the Earnings of Microsoft and Texas Instruments Tell Us About the Year Ahead

By Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Two Big Tech Stocks Showing Two TrendsThere is a collective nervousness to stocks and the market’s still in its consolidation that began last September. But what’s interesting is that both the NASDAQ Composite and the Dow Jones Transportation Average are still outperforming the other major indices. This is an optimistic technical trait for the stock market, as le… Read More

Three Statistics That Say No Economic Growth Yet

By Friday, January 23, 2015

ECB Money PrintingLook at any newspaper or watch any financial news channel and you will hear someone saying the U.S. economy is growing. To prove their point, they will refer to gross domestic product (GDP) figures and unemployment data.
Yes, the GDP numbers and the unemployment picture do look better, but our economy is still in very big trouble.Read More
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Despite Increasing Competition, Netflix to Remain Tops in Streaming

By Friday, January 23, 2015

Netflix to Remain TopsNetflix, Inc. (NASDAQ/NFLX) got my attention on Tuesday after announcing a massive fourth quarter, reminding me why I have been bullish on the stock for so long. Threatened by emerging rivals such as Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ/AMZN), Hulu, and Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ/YHOO)… Read More, Netflix proved why it is the “Best of Breed” in video steam

Collapse in Trading Volume Makes Stock Price Rise Suspicious

By Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Crashing Stock MarketOne of the fundamentals of economics is that rising demand for an item pushes prices higher, while declining demand results in lower prices. It’s common sense: the more people want something, the higher the price; the less people want something, the lower the price.
That is what has me very suspicious about the stock market. Since 200… Read More

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